Fatima, 3, fell from the fourth floor of a building in via Milano in Turin. The man was completely drunk: “I am destroyed, I did not notice that she was out”
Turin – The police have subjected to police arrest Azar Mohsine, companion of Fatima’s mother, the three-year-old girl who died yesterday evening after a fall from the fourth floor of the building in via Milano 18 in Turin. The man, 32, left the Turin prosecutor’s office in the afternoon, where he was questioned by prosecutor Valentina Sellaroli in the presence of his lawyer Alessandro Sena. Blue and red suit, unkempt beard, white slippers, the man is subjected to generic detention for murder but the prosecutor is considering the hypothesis of voluntary murder with possible fraud.
«I feel guilty because the baby fell while she was in my house and I did not see to it that he did not go out the door. She was like a daughter to me, I’m broken and desperate, ”said Mohssine. He then added: «I realized what had happened when I heard the screams of the mother, I looked out and saw the little girl there on the ground. I ran down and from that moment I have no precise memories ».
Mohssine was drunk last night. In the morning he was sentenced to 8 months for possessing about fifty grams of hashish. Possession that he has always denied. His lawyer, upon leaving the interrogation, declared that his client was “destroyed by a sense of guilt: he only discovered during the interrogation that the child was dead”.
Fatima fell at 9.45pm last night from the fourth floor of the building in via Milano 18 where both her mother, 41, and her stepfather live. The two have apartments on the same balcony, but they live in different houses. According to the first reconstructions, the little girl was at that time with Mohssine. Then the little girl came out of the French window. Nobody seems to notice. Then he crashes into the courtyard with a 40-foot flight. The dynamics are not yet clear and it is not known where the mother – who in any case was overheard by the police – and the stepfather – subjected to arrest were.
To give the alarm and call 112 is the baker of the “Bakery of the Basilica”, the shop on the ground floor, Stefania Castro. The woman is awake, about to go to work. He hears a faint scream, then excited noises. He hears a thud, goes out. He sees the little girl. Call for help. The little girl is taken to the Regina Margherita Children’s Hospital. He reported head and chest trauma and multiple bone injuries. During the night she was operated on. But it was all in vain.
The police officers from the Police Headquarters arrive, together with colleagues from the Flying Squad. They stop the companion of the child’s mother, who in the police car, completely drunk, continues to mumble: “Boss, boss, my daughter is in a coma, give me a cigarette.” He alternates moments of lucidity, in which he asks: «How are you? Tell me how the little girl is “, at moments of resentment when she insults the agents:” I hope your daughter will feel the same way. I am a human being, not a beast. Get me out, get me out of this car or I’ll break it. ‘